It’s nice to be in a city were a lot of good artists stop by on their tours.
So far I’ve managed to see:
Tether is an interactive web application created by Jono Brandel in collaboration with Plaid. The track is accompanied by a series of graphic shapes that gradually evolve as the music progresses.
Plaid live tonight @ 1015 Folsom, SF. Excitement.
BTW I’m Currently residing in SF (short term work assignment), gonna be here for 3 months. Good stuff so far!
Been settling in, so that’s why I’ve been extra slacking with the blog.
Repl Electric - the-stars
Live coded in Overtone and Shadertone using Clojure.
Performed in London.
Documentary about Kraftwerk by Malik Bendjelloul. RIP Malik.
Great stuff. Related:
Unuil, spray paint and posca on wood. 2014
This started as a Quil sketch.
Almost a year ago I posted about a colourlovers.com clojure client I hacked together. Today I decided to put it up on github finally. No changes what so ever since then, sadly. I hope it still works, heh.
I also included the messy example Quil sketch that generates the images seen in my blog post as a gist link in the README.md.
Bear in mind that I’m still very much learning Clojure. As such the code is what it is. Not very good.
John Hughes - Testing the Hard Stuff and Staying Sane
Excellent keynote talk by John Hughes (of QuickCheck fame) at Clojure/West 2014.
Turbulence: Watercolor + Magic
First in a series of geometric watercolour paintings using an industrial robot arm, put together by Dr. Woohoo - video embedded below:
This is the first experiment by Dr. Woohoo in a series that explores the relationship between a robot + a artist with the objective of enhancing what is creatively possible by combining the strengths of each, while using watercolors as the natural media.
Music: Kid Koala[Link]
Today’s unfinished Quil sketch, not sure where it’s headed…
Simple musical web toy by Szymon Kaliski lets you create music with network graphs:
Nodation is experimental take on playing music using graph structures.
- To create playing node, click anywhere on the screen.
- To connect nodes, hover over one of them, and drag line to another one.
- To remove nodes, drag them to bottom red part of the screen.
- You can save your creations, and share output URL.
Try it out for yourself here
Awesome! I tried to do something similar way back; Yotau.